There comes a point when basic musical genres become boring — when weird is all you want to hear. Vancouver, B.C., band Maria in the Shower is just your fix for that. The three-piece could be misconstrued as downright bizarre, blending cabaret-style music with earthy folk. This kind of music would do well in a back alley café where people smoke too many cigarettes and don’t mind dancing to accordion. At once, it’s primal Celtic music that quickly turns theatrical — proof that true indie music still exists. Next Thursday, Maria in the Shower will find a perfect home on the Panida Theater stage in Sandpoint.